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Rep. John Yarmuth
Chairman of the House Budget Committee. Congressman representing Kentucky’s Third Congressional District.
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 16
While the pretends to make infrastructure a priority, it actually cuts funding the the Department of Transportation by $5.9B next year. Democrats want to invest in repairing our nation's crumbling infrastructure. We urge Trump & GOP to join us.
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 15
Read Chairman 's statement announcing the appointment of Dr. Phillip L. Swagel to serve as Director of the Congressional Budget Office ():
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 15
Starting now — our hearing on "Keeping Our Promise to America’s Seniors: Retirement Security in the 21st Century." Learn more:
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 15
The time to work on a responsible deal to is now. Needed investments in our economic and national security are at stake.
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 15
Wage stagnation, combined with the decline of employer-sponsored pensions, have weakened retirement security among American workers. This morning the Committee will discuss the need to strengthen retirement security for working families. Watch:
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 14
Chairman 's statement on the passing of Alice Rivlin, the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office:
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 12
This is my first Mother’s Day without mine, but I will still celebrate all she meant to me. Celebrate every mother, even mothers to be, like my daughter-in-law Sarah. Happy Mother’s Day.
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 9
Replying to @RepJohnYarmuth
More from Chairman : "This budget was dead on arrival. It’s time to move on to raising the budget caps to ensure we can make the needed investments in our country and our future.”
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 9
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More from Chairman : "It would gut health care programs by $1.5 trillion and cut further investments in our national and economic security by $1 trillion, all while extending tax cuts that overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy and corporations."
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 9
Chairman 's statement on the release of an analysis from on the FY 2020 : “Today, the Congressional Budget Office confirmed that President Trump’s budget would set the stage for a nation in decline."
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 9
Enjoyed spending time with the 8th Grade class of St. Stephen Martyr during their DC trip today. Meeting and hearing the thoughts and ideas of Louisville’s young people remains one of the most inspiring parts of my job. I’m hopeful for our future.
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 9
This has become the “What Would Stalin Do?” administration.
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Ann McLane Kuster May 9
Democrats believe in strengthening, not weakening protections for the 130 million Americans living with pre-existing conditions. Looking forward to seeing H.R. 986 pass the House today!
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 8
Wide-ranging & substantive discussion at ’s Vets Roundtable event today. Discussed VA’s proposed budget, the harmful effects of budget caps, the VA MISSION Act & my legislation w. to once and for all END the so-called “Widow’s Tax” on military spouses.
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Rep. John Yarmuth retweeted
House Budget Committee May 8
The Trump Administration is propping up junk insurance plans that don’t cover basic care and discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions. House Democrats are fighting to lower costs and .
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 8
On a big day for committee hearings in Washington, I’m glad I had the honor of testifying before the 8th Grade class of Louisville’s own Nativity Academy! Insightful & thoughtful questions & comments from such a bright group of young students. Thank you for visiting!
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Rep. Don Beyer May 8
People with pre-existing conditions need to know their insurance will be there for them when they need it – but the junk plans being pushed by the Trump Admin don’t have to cover them!
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 7
I had the pleasure of meeting Matthew today, a resident who attends art classes at . There’s no shortage of inspiring individuals here in Kentucky’s 3rd District. Keep up the amazing work, Matthew!
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 7
This , I offer my sincere thanks to all of the educators and administrators who dedicate their lives to teaching and mentoring our young people. As we recognize Teacher Appreciation Week this week, be sure to for the incredible work they do.
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Rep. John Yarmuth May 7
Congrats to seniors Mia Jeftic & Matthew Lindsey, winners of my 13th Annual Congressional Art Competition. Mia’s work was named National winner and will hang in the for a year, and Matthew’s Community Choice winning piece will hang in my Louisville office! 🎨
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